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Australia, Malaysia, Indonesia to test new jet tracking system

1 March 2015

SYDNEY: Australia says it is trialling a “world first” system with Malaysia and Indonesia that increases the tracking of aircraft over remote oceans, allowing authorities to quickly react to abnormal situations such as the disappearance of MH370.

Seven killed, 10 injured in Sabah road tragedies

1 March 2015

KOTA KINABALU: Seven people were killed and 10 injured in four road accidents from late Friday until early Saturday, according to the Sabah Fire and Rescue Department.

Jetstar plane forced to turn back to Melbourne

1 March 2015

MELBOURNE: An unruly passenger forced a Jetstar plane to turn back to Melbourne on Sunday after about an hour into the flight.

Retiree roars high with unique tiger kite design

1 March 2015

PASIR GUDANG: A retiree from the United States is hoping that his big kites will not only become a great attraction in a kite-flying festival here, but will also raise awareness about endangered tigers.

Spirited crowd: UiTM Buskers performing at the entrance during the ‘Malam Perhimpunan Perpaduan Melayu’ at Putra Stadium Bukit Jalil (left). International Islamic University Malaysia student Ashlyna Rosly, 21, taking a picture of silat performers from Persatuan Seni Silat Gayong Maarifat Malaysia who posed in front of the stadium during the rally.

PM outlines seven key areas for community to reach greater heights

1 March 2015

KUALA LUMPUR: Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak has outlined seven key areas that the Malays need to pay attention to in order to remain strong, build solidarity amongst them and to empower the community to reach greater heights.

Parents hope plight of pupils in Sabah 'wall-less' schools will end soon

1 March 2015

KOTA KINABALU: Parents of hundreds of pupils, who have had to study in “wall-less” classrooms for about year, are hoping that the Prime Minister’s timely intervention will soon end their children’s predicament.

Minister: Price reduction campaign to continue despite fuel hike

1 March 2015

SHAH ALAM: The Government is committed to ensuring that the interest of consumers is protected regardless of market trends and new petrol prices for this month, says Domestic Trade, Co-operatives and Consumerism Minister Datuk Seri Hasan Malek.

Bail scams still duping victims

1 March 2015

KUALA LUMPUR: Despite repeated warnings by police, people are still falling for calls by syndicates posing as officers to solicit “bail money”.

Special brake system checks for RapidKL Kelana Jaya line LRTs

1 March 2015

PETALING JAYA: Special checks are being conducted on the brake system of trains on the RapidKL Kelana Jaya Line following a spate of service interruptions in recent weeks.

UN rep: Crackdown on wayward agencies and improve protection of human rights

1 March 2015

KUALA LUMPUR: Less than a year after Malaysia was slapped with the lowest ranking in the United States’ annual Trafficking of Person’s report, United Nations human rights expert Maria Grazia Giammarinaro (pic) has urged Putrajaya to improve its prevention of trafficking and protection of human rights.

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Mum shocked by jottings in diary

28 February 2015

A PEEK into her young daughter’s diary sent a chill down a mother’s spine as she read the nine-year-old’s jottings about how she was raped by a babysitter’s teenage son when she was five, reported Harian Metro.

Baby dies an hour after mum leaves her at orphanage

28 February 2015

A TWO-day-old baby girl died after her mother left her at an orphanage in Butterworth, Guang Ming Daily ­reported.

Hindus against public crematorium plan

28 February 2015

THE Buntong Hindu community has reacted angrily to the proposed re-gazetting of part of the Hindu cemetery there to build a public electric crematorium, reported Tamil Nesan.

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